Hilton Garden Inn Toronto/Mississauga
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Two days. Two days until I travel halfway around the world for a month. It's kinda hard to believe that it's actually happening this week.
I remember talking to Kristie about this in January and thinking that this would be such a fun thing to do.
Now, two days before we leave, it sounds less fun and more stressful.
Still, even though there are lots of reasons to be apprehensive, we are excited for what adventures lie ahead.
... and at the same time close to the city. I really wanted to visit this city and I needed to enjoy the outdoors. There, I visited a big beach and I played beach volleyball. It was very nice and I met a lot of people from Ontario. I also ate my first iced cream in the summer. Yummyyyyy, I didn’t remember that it’s so good! I also spent time with my boyfriend’s family ( they only speak ...
... a new position to sleep in or a new way to look out the window but always providing a different perspective that I would have missed.
I liked the way that that you embraced the adventure, from crawling around in a cave with blind crickets to your first time seeing and perfecting your firefly hunting skills using a baggy with kids you had never met before. You even managed to perfect your flips into the pool...
Somethings worked like using oil from Bugzy to start our ...
... lungs, and legs to complete that hike. It was Cable Car all the way. The trip up to the top only takes about 4 minutes, and the first 3 minutes feels fine, but then my vertigo kicked in. The early part of the ride the cable car just skims along the mountain side, as the car ascends around the same angle as the ground underneath, so it feels like you are always about 50 feet above the ground. However, the last minute the cable car shoots straight up ...
I was walking with my sheep and I decided to spend the night at an abandoned church I stumbled upon. The Church was practically in shambles, but we really a form of shelter despite the condition. I made my sure my sheep were protected, and I used my book I just finished reading as my pillow. I thought to myself as I laid down, I needed to start ...